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Please fill in as much information on this form as is convenient.

The more detail you give, the more accurate our quote will be.

The Design team will get back to you within 24 hours.

Company Name (required)

Contact Person (required)

Street

City

Zip

Country

Phone

Your Email (required)

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When shall we contact you?

System Requirements

Project Location

Quantity of systems needed:

System usage purpose (home/ company):

Quantity of buildings:

Quantity of users per system:

Usage season and times
Daily:

YesNo
Weekly:

YesNo
Days per week:

Through out the year:
YesNo
Spring:
YesNo
Summer:
YesNo
Autumn:
YesNo
Winter:
YesNo

Availability Technical equipment of the project site

Grid:
YesNo
Wind Turbine:
YesNo
Diesel Generator:
YesNo
Others:

Module Mounting

Roof available?
YesNo
Flat roof?
YesNo
Inclined roof?
YesNo
Type of roof material:

Angle of the roof:

Orientation of the roof:

Desired Voltage

AC:
YesNo
DC:
YesNo
Volts:

Hertz:

Amperes:

Others:

Appliances and Consumption

Appliance Pieces Wattage Hours/Day
TV
Lamps
Computer
Fans
Washing Machines
Refrigerator
Air Conditioner
Heater
Radio
CD Player
Others

Additional Information

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17 Responses to “Energy Design Service Questionnaire”

  1. Malik Bush

    Also can heat be harvested from the units operations to support warming small spaces?

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  2. Malik Bush

    We are interested in living a Mobile/Nomadic lifestyle. While we know we have about 7 years until we launch our “Land Yacht” :) We are exploring tool acquisition and learning so we’ll be ready for our new life. What kind of fuels can your Energy System accept? Can it be charged with Electro-Solar paneling? Can it be added to a conventional US home electrical system to reduce use of Grid Power? Is it safe to be fully mobile in a RV, Camper or Truck?

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  3. Indra

    I am very interested in speaking to someone. Thanks so much!
    Indra

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  4. AL

    I’m looking for something with power for at least 1200-2500 watts. Which would handle refrigerators, medical devices, and luxury items all day everyday. Or could run some power tools or ACs if needed for short times.
    Something that will withstand extreme temperatures (-50 to 100) and weather.
    I’m down with lots of power sources and I think relying on one is useless.

    Reply
  5. Becky Simmonds

    I would like to complete the form for individual specifications but it is not there. We are looking to go off grid and thought your advice for the off -grid Energy Design Service sounds good. Can you give me some idea of cost for the service please. thanks for a great site!

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  6. Gino Lorenzo

    I live in Australia on 2 acres and we are getting ready to build a new 5 bed 3 bathroom home with water treatment system water tanks and I would like to build the home off the grid.
    if you could help me reach this goal, that would be great. Cheers.

    Reply
  7. Vic

    I am researching for Off grid energy storage. I live in North-East, WA area. I would like the spec’s, info, costs, ect and the different models for a off grid home use. Thanks Vic

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  8. Baker

    Hello,

    Are you located in UK because your phone number suggests. Also how much is the 2.2kw generator that you talked about? Lastly. how much can you supply 3kw and 5kw Package?

    I look forward to hearing from you shortly

    Reply
  9. Patrick

    i need to power a fridge. 6 plugs. 4 fans. 4 lights. a washing machine. A computer. and a heater. possibly a lot more in the future.

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  10. kim rochelle

    Would like to get something to keep me from paying a HIGH ELECTRIC BILL to a co op

    Reply
  11. Cindy

    I filled out the form above but it keeps telling me I didn’t. Can you give me a ballpark figure for a 1000 square foot home with a furnace/air conditioners, two heated fish/turtle tanks and the usual for everything else? We are in Ontario, Canada

    Reply
  12. David

    Looking for recommendations and estimates of cost to minimize my draw from the grid of my residential home.

    Reply
  13. Anthony

    I am inquiring on off the grid generators

    Reply
  14. Emerie

    i need help with the basics too. its just refrigerator, 3light bulbs, 1 desktop, 1 laptop, 1 tv washing machine, 2fan. and the only thing that will run continously is the frigde. so fridge and computers, or fridge and lights,and computer at the same time. or i can disconnect fridge and run washer and tv at the same time viseversa.

    Reply
  15. kwacha

    i need help with the basics of going off grid

    Reply
  16. Donald Loccisano

    Please help me help others

    Reply
  17. Rich potter

    I would like to talk to someone one phone and have some information e mailed please and thank you.

    Reply

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